Great Turkish War 1683-1699

[ 1683 - 1699 ]

The Great Turkish War or the War of the Holy League (Turkish: Kutsal Ittifak Savaslari) refers to a series of conflicts between the Ottoman Empire and several contemporary European powers joined into a Holy League, beginning in 1683 and ending with the signing of Treaty of Karlowitz in 1699. The war was a defeat for the Ottoman Empire, which lost large amounts of territory in central Europe. The war was also significant in that it marked the first time Russia was involved in a western European alliance.

Belligerents Initiation Date Termination Date
Turkey (Ottoman Empire) and Holy Roman Empire 1683 1699 View
Crimean Khanate and Tsardom of Russia 1683 1699 View
Turkey (Ottoman Empire) and Cossack Hetmanate 1683 1699 View
Crimean Khanate and Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth 1683 1699 View
Turkey (Ottoman Empire) and Republic of Venice 1683 1699 View
Crimean Khanate and Kingdom of Hungary 1683 1699 View
Turkey (Ottoman Empire) and Kingdom of Croatia 1683 1699 View
Crimean Khanate and Spanish Empire 1683 1699 View